The familiar faces of financial institutions, organizations, private equity groups and large funds have caught onto the interest in Bitcoin. From Jamie Dimon, Ray Dalio, Bill Gates, Ben Bernanke, Lloyd Blankfein, Warren Buffett, Steve Cohen and others, everyone seems they have an opinion on Bitcoin. The cryptocurrency markets have never been at a higher market capitalization, yet to the eyes of these titans in the financial sector, they still only consider the idea of digitilized currency at a stage of being a drop of water in an otherwise ocean. With a combined market value of approximately $200 billion, there’s significant room for growth in the sector, potentially upwards to 6 trillion over the next decade.
The question is, are you paying attention and what are you doing about it? With the value of BTC only at around $10,000 per coin, there seems to still be a massive opportunity to generate huge returns on capital with estimations of each Bitcoin potentially reaching upwards to $1,000,000 per coin by 2030.
The when has been disclosed as inevitable.
So how much do you own now and what are you doing to increase your stake?
The fact of the matter is the global economic landscape, financial system and way people exchange monetary value today are on the brink of massive disruption with globalized change happening right beneath our feet. It’s imperative we take a look at what’s really happening behind the curtains. As Bitcoin slowly increases in value as larger institutional investors start allocating capital towards the cryptocurrency markets, these scenarios can cause confusion to whether or not the concept is simply speculation or a value based bet.
Will the result of these huge increases in capital gains all result in a bubble? As mentioned earlier only around $200 billion dollars is the approximate market value throughout the wide range of available cryptocurrency with Bitcoin being the largest predecessor. With $6 trillion dollars left remaining, analysts are projecting to generate 30x your investment from now over the course of the next few years.